https://www.autocar.co.uk - Vauxhall bids farewell to its line of Aussie performance legends in some style with the limited edition VXR8 GTS-ROctober 2017 saw the production end for arguably Australia’s greatest automotive export, the Holden Commodore – and with that end, one of the UK car market’s strangest, most enriching, most wonderful and most unlikely seams of import supply has forever dried up. Vauxhall’s lurid, unreconstructed, antediluvian, V8-powered, infamous Aussie-built Anglophile – the VXR8 – is no more.
https://www.autoblog.com - Behold: The fastest, most powerful vehicle built in Australia.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Australia’s semi-official tuner to Holden, HSV, has made a name for itself over the past three decades by churning out meaty muscle cars based on successive generations of rear-wheel-drive, V-8-powered Holden Commodores.
https://www.goauto.com.au - Last Holden Commodore-derived HSV rolls of production line in Melbourne.
http://www.motortrend.com - A moment’s silence, please, to mark the passing of the Australian auto industry. The last car to be designed, engineered, and manufactured in Australia, a Holden Commodore SS-V Redline sedan, rolled off the General Motors Holden assembly line in October.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Australia bid goodbye to local automobile manufacturing this past October as the final Holden Commodore rolled off the assembly line, but perhaps the country will be at the forefront of another transportation sector: flying cars.
http://www.carscoops.com - Pricing details for the new ZB Holden Commodore have just been announced in Australia. The new vehicle, nothing more than a rebadged Opel Insignia, will start at $33,690 for the entry-level LT Liftback model with front-wheel drive and a 2.
https://www.goauto.com.au - New Commodore undercuts VF pricing as Holden retains Calais moniker.
https://www.goauto.com.au - Unexpected ZB Commodore game change moves HSV on from traditional market.
http://www.carscoops.com - General Motors and Holden Special Vehicles have reached an agreement which will ensure the latter company remains active following the death of the rear-wheel drive Holden Commodore. Described as a "pivotal moment" in HSV’s history, the agreement paves the way for an assortment of new vehicles to come to Australia.